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Old 11-07-2010, 05:57 PM   #1
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two pipe continuance radiator heating systems


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I am remodeling a small 10 X 10 kitchen. There were 2 radiators in the kitchen which was removed in order to install a built in ref. We first cap off the two radiator not knowing that it was a continuace flow radiator system. We than attached some PEX heating tubing to the copper tubing ends to allow the water from the furnace to fill the other radiators in the system and heat the house. We are still without heat. My question is: Is it necessary to use the copper pipe to attach the two ends in order to get some heat flowing again. Freezing!!!! Please reply

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